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wait until next year. taxes are going up not just for the rich. america's second largest city on the verge of bankruptcy. los angeles is not alone. the crisis that threatens to sink cities and states. president obama's dis dream. is it a solid strategy or wishful thinking? welcome to the journal editorial report i'm stuart varney in for paul gig -- paul gigot. with april 15th fast approaching millions are if you think you are paying a lot now wait until next year.
that outlines a balanced, comprehensive approach to dealing with the role of nuclear weapons and america's national security. >> the nuke liar posture review. the review focuses on three types of weapons of mass destruction. nuclear, biological, chemical. first nuclear. if a country uses a nuclear weapon against the u.s., a u.s. retaliatory nuclear strike is an active option. second, biological, chemical weapons of mass destruction. if a country were to attack the u.s. with a biological or chemical weapon, a u.s. nuclear strike is off the table. if two conditions are both met. one, the nation attacking the u.s. with germs or chemicals has no nukes. two, the same nation attacking the u.s. with germs or chemicals was ostensibly abiding by nuclear nonprolifera commitment. secretary of defense gates outlined the u.s. nonnuclear response to a biological or bot conditions are memet. >> if any state eligible for this assurance were to use chemical or biological weapons against the united states for its allies or partners, it would face the pros secretary of a devastating conventional military r
. >> president obama announces major changes in america's nuclear strategy. >> announcing to every regime out there under what circumstances you can do cause? >> a former speaker sounds off. >> the most radical president in american history. has now thrown dn the gauntlet to the american people. >> a new dynamic duo takes center stage. >> two years from now president obama will be a one-term president. >> supreme court justice john paul stevens announces his retirement -- who will present an obama named to replace him? >> virginia had been the capital of confederacy. >> confederacy history month in virginia. wasn't slaver worth a mention? >> slavery was the controlling and central issue and i don't know anyone with historical creance -- credence would differ with that? >> the united states has used nuclear-weapons only twice, against her were she not and nagasaki toward the end of world war ii. afterwards japan surrendered. once we have the bomb the soviets wanted one and the nuclear arms race was on. president obama announced he is reworking america's nuclear strategy, scaling back the role
as their opportunity for unchallenged social experimentation. as i meet with you, the grassroots of america, i had never seen the kind of anger growing right now. [applause] smart people who study this kind of thing tallis that anger -- tell us that anger is usually a mask for fear. why do the citizens of the greatest nation on earth have reason to be fearful? it is because we love our country. we love the first principles of liberty and opportunity. we love the american dream. we want it for ourselves and for our children. this is the promised land. this is the place that people have always come to buy land, by sea, by hook or by crook. when people living under tyrants are secretly planning their escape, this land is the preferred destination. [applause] why is that? is it because our soil grows better corn? is it something in the water? are we just nicer here? if you have spent any time in rush hour traffic, you know that is not necessarily the case. america is supposed to be the place that you come to so that the tentacles of big government no longer reach you. this is the place where as long a
to take that hill. [applause] secondly, to win back america, to win back the american congress for the american people, we needq)4 to campaign s conservatives. [applause] to face the enormous challenges ahead, we do not just need a majority of republicans on capitol hill, we need a conservative majority on capitol hill. [applause] we need men and women committed to fight for a strong defense, for limited government, and for traditional american values without apology and without acrimony. i am conservative, but i am not in a bad mood about it. -- we need to find happy warriors. men and women that will go into every neighborhood regardless of race and creed and color. our idea is no boundaries in america. jack kemp taught me that. [applause] lastly, we have to show the american people that we know what is at stake. we need to offer a compelling vision for a better america, grounded in the timeless principles of the declaration of independence. as well as the constitution of the united states of america. [applause] despite the political gains of the past year, america is changing
america that the political landscape is about to shift? let me give you my thinking on this. what i think we see happening is a change of who we are. see, america is not a country that is based on an ethnic heritage. america is an ideal. you can go and be born in louisiana and move to italy -- i have lived there 50 years and you will never be italian. when my grandfather came to america from italy, he became an american. [applause] . founding documents. we hear a lot about founding documents. i am talking about different founding documents. the founding documents upon which our founding documents were based for the judeo- were based for the judeo- christian we are the people of western civilization founded upon the bible. we believe in the dignity of every human person because we are created in the image of god. we believe in the collective ability of free and virtuous people to do more for our society them a benevolent, authoritarian government in betwoinstowing rights upon us. [applause] we believe in free markets and free enterprise. we believe in power of the individual. we beli
. and today, we know it's small businesses that can create the jobs america needs. that's why at&t is investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. making them faster, smarter, and more secure. connecting small businesses to markets across the country, and around the world. we invest now, because we know it will pay off... with new jobs, new growth, from a new generation, putting their belief in the future on the line. now is the time for investment and innovation. the future is waiting. and the future has always the future is waiting. and the future has always been our business. at&t. chris: welcome back. katty, tell me something i don't know. >> we now have a date for the british general election, may 6. here's an interesting factoid about it. the financing differences between britain and america on elections are stunning. last cost. obama himself is set to raise over $1 billion for the next american presidential. chris: dan rather? >> vastly underrated story, the explosive growth of child prostitution in this country particularly along a track fr
from vermont and jeff sessions, republican of alabama. >>> then america's role in the world. how will this week's agreement on nuclear disarmament make the country safer? why are so many friends and foes alike defying the united states? our conversation with secretary of state hillary clinton and secretary of defense robert gates. >>> finally the roundtable takes on the growing left-right divide over the president's leadership, the congressional elections and the politics of the court. columnist for "the new york times" david brooks, chief washington correspondent for "the new york times" david sanger, syndicated "washington post" columnist kathleen parker and former democratic congressman from tennessee and chair of the democratic leadership council, harold ford, jr. fp. >>> first, the politics of the supreme court. the president has another big decision to make, the second court vacancy in two years. how are the white house and republicans weighing the confirmation battle ahead? joining us to talk about that exclusively, two members at the heart of the debate, senate judiciary
in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >> chris: joining us now one of the more controversial figures in politics these days, but a favorite among tea party conservatives. minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann who comes to us from saint paul. congressmanwoman, welcome to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris wallace. thank you so much. >> chris: back in the 2008 campaign you famously said that barack obama may have anti-american views and then you quickly expressed regret for those comments, but the other day, you took back your apology. i want to put it up on the screen. you said -- congresswoman, why the switch? and do you really believe the president of the united states has anti-american views? >> well
. a special van was parked on the national mall today to showcase the census as a portrait of america. the exhibit was designed to encourage people to mail in a n-their forms before the deadline. house holds that don't return their forms by then may get a visit from a census worker starting in late may. >>> the masters golf tournament on cbs and xhanl 9 this weekend is -- channel 9 is expected to draw record vurgs because of tiger woods returning to play. what do lady golfers think of tiger's return to play? >> reporter: he was the golfer to admire. >> had he a great record and a fabulous game. >> reporter: the man who changed the game. >> he's the no. 1 player in the world. >> reporter: a revelationary that introduced golf to the masses. >> it opened not only for everybody but women like me. >> reporter: expecttations were high but after news of his affairs broke, females saw tyingner a different light. >> initially i was sd sds pointed. >> reporter: gals say the scandal surprised everyone and these golfers cared. >> initially i felt very sorry for tiger because he was always the ult
to change anything on the ground. why for example, france or the united states of america are dealing with these petty monarch kiss and dealing with governments implementing them. my position is quite clear.i'm against implementing them and what i'm asking the scholars, thee things what do the texts say what are the conditions and in which context? in the same name of islam, we have to stop and to come to a moratorium on this and to have a discussion exactly like amnesty international when it comes to death penalty it is saying let us first go for a moratorium to stop it right now and then to have a discussion. >> coming up, we will have more of that interview with tarik ramadan, as well as with james zogby who is the president of the arab-american institute on the differences between islam in america and in europe. that's next. thanks for coming. it was really nice to meet you, a.j. yeah, you too. a.j.? (alarm blasting) (screaming) (phone rings) hello? this is bill with broadview security. is everything okay? no. there's this guy - he just smashed in my door. i'm sending help right n
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a smarter planet. somewhere in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. ♪ [ male announcer ] every business day, bank of america lends nearly $3 billion dollars to individuals, institutions, schools, organizations and businesses in every corner of the economy. america. ♪ growing stronger. every day. >>> >>> coming up next the "roundtable" and sunday fun nis. . funnies. " >>> you know, with my work as a contributor on foxnews an my new tlc reality show, "sarah palin's alaska" just seemed the most logical state is launch my own network. do you hate gotcha journalism? hey journalist, i gotcha. or i make it look like they were wh woefully unprepared. >> so, katie, what newspapers do you read? it's an easy question, katie. >
. and everybody in america knows it is not going to be budget neutral. >> you know, you -- one of the things i think that catches people's ear is radical. is that helpful to the kind of dialogue that should be in politics? is it helpful to republicans who still fight the image of being kind of mane old white guys? >> did you know, my life in politics, i always told people to speak testimony prattly and act boldly. i don't -- radical is not a term that i use very often to describe anything. but there's no questions, as a matter of fact, that the policies being pursued by the obama administration are the farthest left -- it has been a gigantic lurch to the left. i think that's what speaker gingrich was trying to convey. the words i would use are -- the most left wing. because that's what the truth is. >> let me ask you about something else in -- the kind of tone politics. governor mcdonnell designated april as confederate month. something his two democratic predecessors refrained from doing. caused quite a stir. particularly because the governor did not even mention slavery in this proclamation.
powertrain warranty. with roadside assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> in the throes of a tragedy the people of poland mourn after a crushing loss. up next the latest in a live report on the crash disaster and the fallout of the investigation. plus nuclear concerns. world leaders to gather to keep nukes from terrorists. political fortunes, more presidential nods for mitt. >>> and trailing tiger to win the masters, he will have to make some history. good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt and welcome to "msnbc sunday." just past 9:00 a.m. on the east coast. here's what's happening right now. poland is in mourning after the plane crash that took the life of the polish president and a large swath of the country's leaders. millions of people filled the streets of warsaw for a candlelight vigil. russian president medvedev vowed to work with poland to thoroughly investigate the tragic crash. yonatan pomrenze has the latest. at what stage is this investigation? vladimir putin made an appearance there at the crash site. >> reporter: that's right. he went ther
, woman and child in america. the number has grown, the challenges have grown, a lot has changed in a year. >> dramatically. in the last three years, the deficits have almost gone up ten times but important for people to understand that the threat to our future is not the short-term deficits it is the deficits that will exist after the economy is down, wars is over, pass the crisis. these structural deficits threaten our future, both internationally and domestically and we need to start doing something about it. >> we will get over toen in a minute. first, let's rewind just a bit and pick up where we left off. >> in september of 2008, the national debt was $9.6 trillion. today, it is almost $12.7 trillion, a 32% increase. that is $41,000 for every american. our budgets and national debt are only part of the problem. if you add up our all our nation's total liabilities, in unfunded promises, social security, medicare, other program, you would get over $62 trillion. 6 trillion more than in the fall of 2008. this is how much money our federal government would need invested today to pay for ou
[ applause ] >> glenn: well, helhello, america. welcome to the "glenn beck program." tonight, we have another chapter in our special of time to be heard. this is a series we've done. nobody seems to be talking to black conservatives. you don't see a black conservative on television. we have done a couple episodes with black conservatives. these are young -- these are college students. yeah! and they're conservatives! what? i didn't think that existed. yes. and you will meet them tonight. we have students and recent college grads from princeton, n.y.u., fort hammond and more. i can't -- fortham and more. it can't imagine being a conservative and going to n.y.u. you somebody does it and lives to tell the story. the youngest here, we have two that are 15 years old. they're in high school. they're in business school, law school, nursing school. some of them might with the president of the united states if we last that long. you are looking at america's future. it's time for them to be heard. get to it. katie, we're going to -- you introduce yourselves and tell me your name, where you
be the devil, she could say i hate america, i want to destroy america and that way they'll only be able to say, but why do you hate gay, immigrant, black, handicapped women? >> senator, isn't it amazing you can make a good living after talking like a guy on a commuter train after three drinks. that's the kind of stuff i heard growing up. that kind of stuff is so uninspiring and, yet, i guess it has an audience. your thoughts. >> it just wasn't what you heard growing up and this is what glen beck said during sotomayor. he said the same stuff. attacking her qualifications when she was number one in her class and done so well throughout her career and calling her emotional and it got out there. but in the end you heard people like lindsey graham voting for her saying maybe he wouldn't pick her but she was clearly qualified and he was happy to vote for her. she got confirmed and the hearings were difficult but fair and that's what we want to see again. all this garbage and comments and what really matters the president puts someone on there who is qualified and someone who had a record of excellen
will come through this. this is a strong nation, strong democracy and strong friend to america. we pause and join them in this grief. >> russian investigators say the pilot had been warned that it was too foggy to land but made the attempt anyway. the crash killed 96 people on board. >>> the mourning isn't limited to poland itself. in our area a church was packed with people who wanted to be part of a memorial to the victims. particularly the pole issue president. fox 5's roz plater was at the service. she joins us live in the news room. >> reporter: the pole issue community in our area held a memorial mass. this is a small tight-knit group who told us it was important to mourn together. high noon, polish americans from across the d.c. area make their way to our lady queen of poland parish in silver string. they packed the pews of the tiny church, lined the walls and aisles and stood in the parking lot. they come to pay respects, share their grief and take part in a memorial mass. >> it's a terrible tragedy for the entire polish nation worldwide. and it's a severe blow. and i feel very s
, obviously the biggest problem facing the economy here in america. you're the former labor secretary. what should the government be doing right now to help businesses create those new jobs we're looking for? >> well, small businesses are the major creator of jobs in america. they are having a hard time getting credit. one thing the government can do is simply to help the banks, regional banks, smaller banks, the sort that small businesses use to get credit to those small businesses more efficiently and quickly. also, it is very important that state and local governments get aid. they are right now as you know, they are hemorrhaging jobs cutting everything from teachers to firefighters and that has a negative multiplier effect. over this year and next year it's expected states will be cutting or raising taxes to the tune of $250 billion, a major fiscal drag on this economy and the fed ought to help out at least with say a temporary low interest or no interest loans to the states until the states can pay them back. >> what about tax day coming up next week. a day most americans dread. there'
to come up next weekend in our special, "fixing america's schools." it will be a town hall meeting on cnn with parents, students, and teachers from across the u.s. plus education secretary arne duncan. if you have questions make sure tweet them or send them to facebook. at don lemon cnn. fixing america's schools. next saturday 7:00 p.m. eastern and next sunday at 6:00 p.m. eastern as well. >>> you don't see this every day. an african-american defending the confederacy. >> it is a great thing that the governor of virginia did when he declared it confederate history month because now we have the opportunity to tell the southern side, which is never told. >> you will hear why he stands behind the controversial confederate history month. >>> and terrifying moments at a shopping mall in oklahoma. gunfire erupts inside and shoppers have to run for cover. >>> all right. listen up. a huge controversy arising out of virginia this week over a war that ended 145 years ago. governor bob mcdonnell declared april confederate history month. but left out any mention of slavery in his proclamation. civil
view now. peter galbraith, one of america's most distinguished diplomats over the years has decided that working with karzai is impossible, and draws some very striking conclusions on america's mission in afghanistan, and on karzai himself. >> one of the explanation, based on what sources inside the palace have said, is that he is -- that he may be using drugs. this behavior is very strange. >> what you have heard within the palace does it speak of particular drugs? >> well, hashish use and marijuana is common in afghanistan. >> after that the editor of "time" magazine, a pulitzer price-winning historian and a new columnist for the "new york times." you won't want to miss any of this. let's get started. >>> peter galbraith has served for many years as an american diplomat and has had a dramatic impact on american policy. in croatia, as ambassador, he sounded the alarm that led to u.s. military involvement in the balkans. as a private citizen, he helped the kurds carve out an autonomous republic within iraq. his most recent posting was to afghanistan, where he was sent by u.n. secret
assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> today, teachers unions protested in the nation's capital. they're not fans of the obama administration's race to the top program in which schools compete for funding. >> i'm here because i have a major problem. i mean, to defend public education so that it's accessible to young people of the future. the problem that we have in washington, d.c. is reflective of what's going on an the country, to get away from education. >> cnn is stepping into the classroom fora at the cuss on education. one of the major criticisms we'll talk about, too much focus on standardized tests. students in georgia are taking those over the next few weeks, under a lot of scrutiny after allegations that some schools fudged the numbers in the past. michael harden is worried. were you the only parent concerned about this? >> no, by all means. >> someone may have changed the answers on the standardized test at his daughter's school. you have concerns. >> of course, i have concerns like other parents, i have concerns. i hope that there's
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and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> we have a retirement on the supreme court, justice stevens is leaving. how does that fit into the fall campaign? we are already hearing some republicans say that the president better not do that, he better not do that. this is a very hot issue for republicans, is it not? >> well, look, the president is going to appoint a liberal successor to justice stevens, who is one of the most liberal members of the supreme court. some feel like he has been the leader of the left wing of the supreme court in recent years. >> but the president goaets to that? >> everybody here understands that the president will appoint the most liberal person he can to get confirmed. that person will be a liberal. that's just a fact. do i think it will affect the election? only to the sense that it reminds the american people of something they already know, that this is far and away the most liberal administration that we have ever had in the white house and candidly in the congress. >> reporter: so you see that they can use that? obviously, it will be do
holmes is co-host of talk radio network's "america's morning news." amy, do we have to stop playing global cop? do we have to start talking about cuts in defense? >> those are two different questions. there's the foreign policy question in terms of where do we deploy our troops to confront and face what conflicts? 77 senators voted to give george bush the authorization to go into iraq. that's something i think a lot of people tend to forget. in terms of looking at defense spending, everything is on the table. reviewing all our defense programs. we saw under george bush, secretary don rumsfeld, he did try to change the nature of our spending and the nature of our forces. more small tactical things. not the large standing armies you saw with world war ii. i think everybody across the board, this panel, anyway, can agree of course we want to cut out waste, fraud and abuse and we want an effective military. >> we talk about cutting out waste, fraud and abuse whether in health care or social security and medicare, whether in the military and defense, i think a lot of american people say
in the ghetto for sure, but it happens everywhere else in america as well. in fact, you know, where significant differences in the survey data have been found, frequently suggest that white youths are more likely to engage if illegal drug dealing than black youth, but it has been black youth and particularly young black men that have been the primary targets of the drug war. >> when you make those assertions, where do you get the rezap then to back that up, what kind of sources do you go to? >> there's some excellent data that can be found through the sentencing project. the sentencing project, here in d.c. has done a fantastic job of analyzing, and publicizing through its reports, all of the data that the department of justice publishes on an annual basis, so this is based on the government's own statistics and many of the reports that have been done by the sentencing project. >> calls, atlanta, is first on our democrats line, jane john with michelle alexander, she's the author of "the new jim crow." go ahead please. >> caller: yes, prisoners in the -- the census counts the prisoners in the co
, the strength, the courage to turn your back on this destruction of america. >> but there are critics who accused him and others in the tea party movement of riling up hate and compare those who speak out against government spending that costs billions of taxpayer dollars to the angry mob who protested against civil rights in the '60s. please welcome back to the show academy award winning actor and political activist jon voight. [applause] >> very nice to see you. >> these folks are willing to give you another oscar right here and now. >> isn't that nice. that's first time i saw that. i was very impressive, i didn't want to follow it. >> it was a terrific day, there were many people there. and yet when you read the news cats of what happened that day, would you have thought that it was a racist rally. i'm going to read couple of things, jon, some of this is just stubbing. >> should be fun. >> it should be. here's one, i'm not even going to give these guys the benefit of telling their names or their network because i don't want to give them any publicity. i don't want people to watch this
, unlimited web and unlimited calling to every mobile phone in america. now, that's more like it. [ male announcer ] $69.99 for unlimited text, web and calling to any mobile in america. only from sprint. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilities access >>> the subway fresh fit 600 on fox is sponsored by -- >> mike: 29 laps to go. the subway race summary. kyle busch has led 86 laps and if he leads the rest, he might lead the most laps tonight. we had 12 leaders, one shy of the record. still 25 cars on the lead lap. the last of those scott riggs. we have had eight caution flags tonight. >> darrell: the two cars, the 18 and 48 kind of trade fast laps. one time kyle will be quicker and the next time jimmie will be a little quicker. but so far, hadn't been able to close the deal. >> larry: it's amazing, the tale of two tapes. last night in nationwide race, kyle busch had to have a caution late in race to get in a position to win. the last thing he wants to see right now with the laps he's running versus the competitors is a caution. he does not want to see
. that's no only a blues aesthetic, that's an american aesthetic. you couldn't get more america than new orleans. ♪ >>> welcome. i'm fareed zakaria. president barack obama had a good couple of weeks. his health care plan got through congress and concluded a nuclear arms reduction treaty with russia and perhaps most important, the american economy appears to be on the road to recovery. but he has a looming problem that could muddy the bright picture. afghanistan. president obama has made a huge investment in the war in afghanistan and having almost tripled the number of u.s. troops in that country. but over the last few weeks, a central problem emerged with his afghan strategy. it is called hamid karzai. policymakers believe the key to successful strategy in afghanistan is having a credible local partner. our local partner is karzai. and relations between him and the obama administration are bad. the administration has privately and at times publicly criticized him for corruption, vote rigging and genuine effect effectness. it threatened to withdraw a white house invitation to him and e
, america, i'm bill weir. >> good morning i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, april 11th. we are going to head to moscow where george stephanopoulos tracked down the man now caring for that russian boy who was sent back home alone by the american woman who adopted him. george has an update how he's doing. that comes up later. >>> and the stock market set to hit a psychological milestone. potentially top 11,000 this week. traders on wall street are excited but should the rest of us be? >> we'll see if it hits 11,000 this week. >>> here's a story you actually pointed out yesterday. we know neurosurgery is a delicate operation under the best of circumstances. imagine have the doctor perform the surgery on a battlefield hospital on a patient with a live bomb lodged in his head. we'll go to afghanistan to hear from an american surgeon with nerves of steel who risked his life to perform this rare ocedure on an afghan soldier. that's coming up later. >>> that's ahead. we begin in russia where the plane carrying many of pole land's leaders, the president, first lady crashed saturday. today inv
boy adopted in america, then sent home. and what some other parents who adopt are up against. >>> and the end of an era. they've been bolding going into space for decades. they're even there tonight. so why on earth is life about to they're even there tonight. so why on earth is life about to change for america's astronauts? captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. the body of polish president lech kaczynski is back home in poland tonight. met by tearful countrymen still in shock over a plane crash that killed him and scores of that country's political, military, and cultural elite. outside the presidential palace in warsaw, a sorrowful vigil continues tonight, where thousands have come to pay their respects. while in smolensk, russia, where the plane was heading, there are hard questions being asked tonight about the circumstances that led to the fiery crash. we begin in warsaw tonight with nbc's jim maceda. jim, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. well, few have lived through more tragedy or expressed more grief over the centuries than th
to turn your back on this destruction of america. >> mike: but there are critics who have accused him and others in the tea party movement of reconciling up hate and they compare those who speak out against government spending that costs billions and billions of taxpayer dollars to the angry mobs who protested against civil rights in the '60s. please welcome back to the show, jon voight. >> very nice to see you. >> mike: welcome back, jon. >> thank you, governor. >> mike: delighted to have you. >> nice to be here. these folks are willing to give you another oscar right here and now. >> isn't that nice. the first time i saw that. i didn't see it. it was very impressive. i didn't want to follow it. >> mike: well, it was a terrific day. there were many people there and yet when you read the news accounts of what happened that day, you would have thought that it was a racist rally. i'm going read a couple of things, jon, some of this is just stunning. >> should be fun. >> mike: it should be. here is one. i'm not even going to give these guys the benefit of telling their names or networks
we investigate what sounds like america's version of hidden land mines and what needs to be done to keep more people from dying. >>> a high ranking republican takes a confederate history month proclamation to a whole new level, saying it doesn't amount to diddally. who said it, what did it mean, and why democrats felt compelled to respond. plus this -- >>> a rumbling end of an era for one of the country's most beloved football stadiums brought down by the hands of an 11-year-old boy. we'll tell you about that. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm don lemon. people across poland today observed two minutes of silence to honor their late president and first lady and nearly 100 other polish dignitaries who died yesterday in a plane crash in russia. the body of president lech kaczynski is now back in warsaw. phil is among the thousands of mourners outside the presidential palace. phil, an extraordinary outpouring of emotions today. >> reporter: indeed. it has just gone midnight here in warsaw. as the camera pans, you'll see there is still a significant crowd of people in this area surround
because we are definitely looking out for you! >> gregg: i'm gregg jarrett. >> welcome to america's news headquarters. two day nuclear security summit is about to get underway at the nation's capitol. top on the agenda is prevent nuclear terrorism. >> gregg: poll after poll, unemployment is the top issue. why the president is having trouble pushing his plan through congress. >> and symbol of immigration. tough economic times and threatening the future. >> gregg: first we're getting new details on the plane crash killing poland's president. thousands of people lighting candles singing the national anthem and paying their final respect to lech kaczynski, their beloved president's casket returning to warsaw earlier today. at the moment, his remains arriving on polish soil, his twin brother, pressing his head against his brother's flag draped coffin. also on the tarmac but not seen, the only child of the president, her mother also died in the crash. let's go to dana streaming live. >> i talked to the prime minister's office. a spokesman telling fox news, there no question there is a c
of it. i really think they are ridiculous. we should make fun of them the way like team america made fun of a matt damon who is perfect and sometimes we need to laugh at a smart satire of terrorists. >> greg: i think you are right and i think that is one of the best weapons. just have to be but you should go all out. >> but greg, he is not saying that i'm not mocking islam meaning that islamic extremism is okay. he's saying i'm not trying to paint the whole of islam with this brush. >> that is why i didn't get the argument here. if you are making fun of islamic extremists you are a dead man either way. if he was -- i think it is braver to be like i'm not making fun of all of islam but still giving it to the extremists. they are going after him either way. i don't see what the problem is there. >> greg: the extremist he is painting is not harmful, just bummabling idiots. >> but still able to kill people, you know, nine out of ten bummabling time. >> with a comedy, you can't just address the real fanaticism and say i will go in and kill you, no real laughs there. >> you can't get a laugh o
. president obama said there are heavy hearts across america and confirmed that the united states cherishes its deep and abiding bonds with the people of poland. >>> coming up later this hour, we're going to talk more about what led to this tragic crash when we speak with a former chairman of the national transportation safety board. >>> some other headlines we're following for you this morning. another funeral today for one of the 29 west virginia miners killed in monday's blast. the four missing miners who rescuers had hoped to survive were confirmed dead yesterday. recovery crews are still working to remove their remains. one miner remains hospitalized. federal investigators arrive on the scene tomorrow. >>> a gunfight inside a crowded oklahoma mall might also have spilled out into the streets with one person being dead, at least five injured yesterday inside the arrowhead mall. police say thr unconfirmed reports of gunfire elsewhere in the city. they're still looking for suspects. >>> nasa astronauts took their second space walk, working to replace an old storage tank outside the intern
, taxes are going up not just for the rich and plus, america's second largest city on the verge of bankruptcy and los angeles is not alone. the growing public pension crisis and in the states across the country and president obama's disarmament dream, is his new nuclear doctrine a solid strategy or wishful thinking? welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm in this week for paul gigot, are you spending the weekend finishing up your taxes, if april 15th fast approaching, millions of americans are. if you think you're paying a lot now, wait until next year, taxes are going up just not for the rich. with a primer on the increases, tax dean, columnist and editor dan ettinger and assistant editor, james freeman and senior economics writer steve moore. steve, aim going to start with you. which taxes are going up january 1st and who pays them? >> well, hey, stuart i have to confess i'm a procrastinator, i haven't done my taxes yet. if you think it's worse this year, you're right, it's worse next year, the bush tax cuts expire and perhaps the dividend tax, doubling or tripling of the
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in touch with washington d.c. when you live there in alaska. we have a microcosm of america. >> why did you name books or magazines? >> obviously i have of course, of my life. i am a lover of books and magazines and newspapers even though it was early in the interview i was already feeling it was very unprofessional i felt like a yearly asking me this it was in the context of do you read it seem like she was discovering a nomadic tribe some neanderthal cave in alaska how are you in touch with the real world that is how i took the question i rolled i eyes and was annoyed with the question and i said this is a problem with the state of journalism to no matter what i say to her it will probably be twisted and perceived as a bit negative. >> host: what was happening within that campaign during that moment? >> guest: that early on she noted how early it was there were divisions within the mccain campaign starting almost immediately within a couple of weeks. she says she was annoyed with the question of course, politicians get asked questions that are annoying all the time and she was at that at
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